Explore The Hudson Valley Spring/Summer 2018

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES HISTORIC SITES EVENTS RESTAURANTS CRAFT BEVERAGES


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Accommodations

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Outdoors

Cozy Home Base

Soak in the Season

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Adventure

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Food & Drink

Follow Your Tastebuds

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Challenge Accepted

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Entertainment

Be Delighted

Craft Beverages

A Toast to the Hudson Valley

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Hudson Valley Map

Shopping

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Country Couture

Communities

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Rhinebeck, Red Hook, Tivoli

The Art of the Matter

Communities

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Arts

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Sullivan County

What Came Before

Events

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History

D I RE CTORY Accommodations..................48

Historic Sites........................51

Activities..............................48

Learning...............................51

Antiques...............................50 Arts......................................50 Craft Beverages....................50 Events..................................50

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Nightlife...............................51 Shopping..............................52 Tours....................................52

Farms...................................51

Tourism................................52

Food & Drink........................51

Transportation.......................52

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MORE THAN A MEAL. AN EXPERIENCE. You can enjoy local dining that others come from all over the world to experience. You can feel the promise and passion of our students. And yes, you can get a reservation.

EXPERIENCE CIA DINING American Bounty Restaurant The Bocuse Restaurant Post Road Brew House Ristorante Caterina de’ Medici Apple Pie Bakery Café ciarestaurantgroup.com

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EDITORIAL Editorial Director Brian K. Mahoney brian@explorethehudsonvalley.com Art Director Kerry Tinger kerry@explorethehudsonvalley.com Assitant Editor Marie Doyon mdoyon@explorethehudsonvalley.com Writers Briana Bonfiglio, Andrew Solender PUBLISHING Chief Executive Amara Projansky amara@explorethehudsonvalley.com Publisher Jason Stern jstern@explorethehudsonvalley.com ADVERTISING SALES Bob Pina bob@explorethehudsonvalley.com Karen Mendoza Luis karen@explorethehudsonvalley.com ADMINISTRATIVE The Inn at Kettleboro, New Paltz

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Visit our wineries and our special events!

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Join us at the Ulster County Fairgrounds in New Paltz, NY to taste the regions finest wines, spirits, hard ciders and craft brews all under one roof! Food, craft, artisan vendors, and live music all day! Sat, June 16

Wreath Fineries at the Wineries

Our exciting holiday event! Receive a souvenir wine glass, grapevine wreath, and ornament at your starting winery. Then proceed to the remaining member wineries, receive a wine tasting and a new ornament for your wreath.

Nov 17-18, Dec 1-2, 8-9

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ACCOMMODATIONS

COZY HOME BASE By Andrew Solender The Wick, Hudson

The lodging you choose is your home base—it can make or break your trip. You’ll want to get the comfort and amenities necessary to facilitate an ideal vacation. Here are a few suggestions.

Caldwell House, Salisbury Mills

If you find yourself in Orange County, you might want to consider a stay at Caldwell House in Salisbury Mills. Caldwell House combines a traditional feeling of home with luxury amenities. If convenience is your thing, it’s a stone’s throw away from the Storm King 6

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Arts Center, West Point, 14 different wineries and Stewart International Airport. History buffs and families alike will want to give Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz a look. Founded in 1869, Mohonk is a Victorian castle resort in the lush woods of the Mohonk


PLAY ALL DAY ON OUR MOUNTAINTOP For 149 years, our Victorian castle has provided guests with renewal of body, mind, and spirit in a beautiful, natural setting. Choose your path on over 85 miles of hiking trails and enjoy farm-to-table cuisine. Rejuvenate at The Spa at Mohonk Mountain House, ranked the #1 resort spa in the U.S. by CondĂŠ Nast Traveler readers.

Book a day spa visit or overnight getaway. 844.599.9618 | mohonk.com | New Paltz, NY

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ROOSEVELT INN OF HYDE PARK Roosevelt Inn is a uniquely charming independent motel-style inn with 25 rooms and a coffee shop. Close proximity to historic sites, Culinary Institute, and Marist College. • 4360 ALBANY POST ROAD, HYDE PARK (845) 229-2443 rooseveltinnofhydepark.com

The Forsyth B&B, Kingston

THE INN AT KETTLEBORO Historic and modern bed and breakfast accommodations near New Paltz in the Hudson River Valley. • 321 STATE ROUTE 208, NEW PALTZ (914) 213-2487 kettleboro.com

TRINITY CRUISES Departs historic Peekskill cruising north into the scenic Hudson Highlands. Sightseeing, Sunset and Fall-Foliage Cruises. Groups, Private Charters. MTA accessible. • RIVERFRONT GREEN PARK 30 HUDSON AVE PEEKSKILL (914) 589-7773 trinitycruises.com 8

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Preserve. You can pick from a suite, room, grove lodge or cottage, all of which offer unique charm and comfort in a natural setting. Combining history with modern comfort, The Inn at Kettleboro in New Paltz offers guests an escape from workaday life. Built in 1830 and opened as a hotel in 2014, Kettleboro gives its guests delicious food and a place to relax and unwind. The Wick is something different altogether. If you like trendy, modern boutique hotels in a bustling art and antique scene, then book a stay in one of The Wick’s 48 rooms or 7 suites in Hudson. With high-class dining, business spaces and a gym, The Wick is the place for the modern traveler. Food and drink lovers will love The 1850 House, an historic inn and tavern in Rosendale. The 1850 House has a long history of excellence in both accommodation and cuisine, and gives off an all-American atmosphere. The Forsyth B&B is a place for people who love to explore and experience more than anything else. Book a stay in one of their 4 rooms, each with a unique personality, and you’ll delve into a world of discovery near the historic Rondout waterfront in bustling Kingston. The Beekman Arms isn’t so much a hotel as an institution. This inn, founded in 1704, in Rhinebeck and adds as much to its charm and history as it gains from it. Probably the most historic locale on this list, Beekman arms once hosted George Washington, Benedict Arnold and Alexander Hamilton during the Revolutionary War.


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25 Orrs Mills Road Salisbury Mills, NY 12577

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(845) 496-2954

The Lower Hudson Valley’s only combined Select Registry and Diamond Collection Inn Centrally located by West Point, Storm King Art Center, Brotherhood Winery, Woodbury Common Outlets. Just 60 minutes from NYC. Easily accessible by train. WWW.THECALDWELLHOUSE.COM

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The best value under the sun.

Jingle Bell Bed & Breakfast

A 1790’s saltbox house featured in Colonial Homes Magazine. Beautifully decorated separate guest cottage with beamed cathedral ceilings & skylights, full kitchen and private bath.

POUGHKEEPSIE

845-454-1010

536 Haight Ave

1-800-DAYS-INN | www.daysinn.com

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On 5 serene acres with dramatic landscaped pool.

(845) 255-8458 www.jinglebellbandb.com

P.O. Box 268, Highland Falls, NY 10928 Tel: 845-446-4724 Fax: 845-446-1205 E-mail: info@westpointtours.com Website: www.westpointtours.com


FAMILY OWNED FOR 30+ YEARS

Saint Hubert’s Lodge

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GROUP DISCOUNT RATES 100+ TV Channels • Free Wi-Fi • Fitness Area Guest Laundry • Continental Breakfast Handicap Accessible

626 Lattintown Rd, Marlboro 845.795.0037

(845) 255-8865 • abviofnewpaltz.com

7 Terwilliger Lane, New Paltz Come Back in Time

Located directly across from the Historic Vanderbilt Mansion 1 Sherwood Place, Hyde Park, NY 845-229-8972 Stay@JourneyInn.com JourneyInn.com

Boutique Hotel • Waterfront Dining Great Food • Cocktails • Hospitality Serving Dinner Wed - Sun 435 Main Street Rosendale, New York (845) 658-7800 • www.the1850house.com SPRING / SUMMER 2018

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FOOD & DRINK

FOLLOW YOUR TASTEBUDS

Photo by Heidi’s Bridge

By Andrew Solender

Lil Deb’s Oasis, Hudson

Just try to experience the Hudson Valley and its culture without immersing yourself in its unique and refined cuisine. Here are a few of the Hudson Valley’s many culinary delicacies. If you have a sweet tooth for cakes, cannolis, and other pastries, head to La Deliziosa Italian Pastry Shop, home of the original cannoli chip. Located in Poughkeepsie, La Deliziosa bakes delicious Italian pastries and gorgeous cakes for your dining pleasure. Peekamoose will give you a culinary experience you won’t soon forget. This restaurant and taproom in Big Indian has a refined, expertly crafted menu that lives up to their motto: “Silly name. Serious food.” While you’re there, try their large selection of quality brews, cocktails and wines. Come for the chic decor, stay for the folksy, new age atmosphere and the delicious menu at Brunette. Located in Kingston, Brunette is a wine bar with small plates and offers something for the young traveler looking for a restaurant that offers that much sought-after juxtaposition of trendy and relaxed.

Lil Deb’s Oasis is for those looking for a fun, community-centered eating space. Their inventive Latin-centric cuisine and status as a combined restaurant, art installation and performance project make Lil Deb’s Oasis one dining experience you won’t soon forget. Gardiner Liquid Mercantile is a restaurant and bar that serves as a hub for farm beverages and food from nearby their locale in Gardiner. With a spacious property on which they distill their own libations, this is the perfect place for dining, drinking, and experiencing a true farm-to-table atmosphere. Looking for an after-dinner delight or a snack for the road? For vegans? Lagusta’s Luscious Commissary has you covered. The New Paltz chocolatier has a large selection of scrumptious chocolates, as well as pastries, teas, cheese plates and other snacks guaranteed to satisfy the senses.

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Sunfl wer natural foods market woodstock, n.y. (845)-679-5361

rhinebeck, n.y. (845)-876-2555

sunflowernatural.com

LA DELIZIOSA NY-style Italian pastries, cookies, biscotti. Home of the original Cannoli Chip. Wedding and specialty cakes and more. Located close to the Walkway! • 10 MT. CARMEL PLACE, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 471-3636 ladeliziosany.com

ORGANIC GROCER JUICE BAR DELI & CAFE SINCE 1978

PEEKAMOOSE Upscale American fare made with locally sourced ingredients and served in a restored Catskills farmhouse. • 8373 ROUTE 28, BIG INDIAN (845) 254-6500 peekamooserestaurant.com

WM. FARMER & SONS N O. 2 0 SO U T H FRO N T ST REET H UDSO N , N EW YO RK

EAT • DRINK • STAY

CASANA T HOUSE Specializing in artisanal tea/sustainable coffee, gourmet pastries, breakfast/lunch. Visit us in an ‘East meets West’ setting where culture & indulgence collide. Open Fri-Tues 9~4. • 2633 STATE

WMFARMERANDSONS.COM 51 8.828.1 635

ROUTE 23, HILLSDALE (518) 325-6105 casanatea.com

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www.stoutridge.com Stoutridge Distillery Marlboro, NY

Hudson Valley Grain Aged in Hudson Valley Oak

MINARD’S FAMILY FARM Over 100 acres of apple picking. We also feature a Barn Market and activities for kids and the whole family. Fun begins with ice cream in June and all fall fun begins the last week in August. • 250 HURDS ROAD CLINTONDALE (845) 325-0222 minardsfamilyfarms.com

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1857 BARBER’S FARM DISTILLERY Barber’s Farm Distillery grows potatoes and uses water from our spring to create exceptional spirits in the 160-year family tradition of excellence. This summer 1857 Potato Gin, a complex small batch spirit will be released to join our highly successful Vodka. 3617 NY-30 MIDDLEBURGH (518) 898-8540 1857spirits.com

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A huge selection of fine wines and an amazing view. Voted “Best Winery in the Valley” by Hudson Valley Magazine readers!• 331 MCKINSTRY ROAD GARDINER (845) 255-4613 whitecliffwine.com


HORSEBACK RIDING JUCKAS STABLES, INC. Call for Reservations

Celebrating 51 years in business!

Beautiful Trails Quality Horses Lessons and Parties

845-361-1429

1204 Rte 302, Pine Bush, NY

www.juckasstables.com

GREAT FAMILY FUN!

“Biodynamic heaven!” ~Sebastian B. ANOTHER 5-STAR GOOGLE REVIEW!

EXCITEMENT IS GROWING OVER OUR NEW OFFERINGS! BIODYNAMIC STARTS from our farm to your garden Grind your own ALMOND and PEANUT BUTTERS TAP KOMBUCHA in four flavors Curated collection of CRAFT BEER & HARD CIDER

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GLENN’S SHEDS Custom-built Firewood Sheds

MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA

A LOVELY PLACE TO DRY

Homegrown Seasonal Produce Homemade Baked Goods & Cafe

Mon, Wed, Thurs, & Fri: 8am-6pm Sat-Sun: 8am-5pm

Visit the website to see our full line of firewood sheds.

GLENNSSHEDS.COM

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CRAFT BEVERAGE

A TOAST TO THE HUDSON VA LLEY By Andrew Solender

The Hudson Valley is home to a flourishing craft alcoholic beverage industry. Visit these sites to see how the drinks are made and have a taste.

Angry Orchard, Walden

West Kill Brewing, West Kill

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Angry Orchard will make you anything but angry. If you like the taste of crisp, sweet apples in your beverages, look no further than Angry Orchard for all your cidery needs. With its distinctive taste and aroma, you’re guaranteed to remember their brew. The Shawangunk Wine Trail is a great place to find wines that you enjoy while getting a feel for the surrounding culture. These wineries offer tours, tastings and lots of fun events for you to enjoy. Experience everything the grapes of the Hudson Valley have to offer. Located in the energized and charming town of Beacon, Denning’s Point Distillery offers fine artisanal spirits made from highquality local grains. Located in one of Beacon’s downtown 19th-century buildings, this distillery offers a unique urban experience to pair with a good brandy, bourbon, whisky or gin. After you’re done hiking Rusk Mountain, head to West Kill Brewing. It’s the kind of homegrown brewery that gives you a true flavor of the Catskills. They specialize in funky beers with ingredients like maple sap, honey, herbs, and fruit from their 127-acre dairy farm. Coppersea Distillery is located on an authentic 75-acre farm just off the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail in New Paltz that grows corn, rye and cider pears and raises pigs, in addition to their many spirits. Known for their whisky and raw rye, the intimate atmosphere of the tasting room in their barn will make you feel right at home in the friendly, rural country. The Hudson Valley Brewery in Beacon has a reputation for their legendary can releases, at which they often get hundreds of people lined up to tasted their flavorful distillations. Never fear for a bad experience there, however, as they have warm and friendly workers who funnel people in and out and distribute beverages with peak efficiency. Dating back to the mid-1800s, when it was built by unknown Italian immigrants, the Stoutridge Vineyard and Distillery is a premium estate winery situated on a limestone ridge in Marlboro. It has intermittently been a winery, bootleg-era distillery and now both a winery and a distillery.


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SHOPPING

COUNTRY COUTUR E By Briana Bonfiglio

“Shop ’til you drop” isn’t just an expression here—you could spend hours upon hours browsing Hudson Valley storefronts until your head spins with delight from all they have to offer. When you want to shop for clothes but your kids aren’t having it, Handmade and More may be your solution. It sells women’s The Shops at Jones Farm, Cornwall clothing and accessories, handmade crafts and jewelry, greeting cards, body care products, and, yes—children’s toys. Located in the heart of New Paltz, this quaint store has been around for 40 years. Jones Farm offers a variety of shops. Maybe you’re looking for homegrown and locally made produce in the Country Store and a sweet treat in Grandma Phoebe’s Kitchen. Or perhaps you’d rather browse Clearwater Gifts for everything from home decor to jewelry to toys. It’s your pick at this century-old, family-owned farm in Cornwall. It’s shoes galore at Pegasus Footwear, which boasts three locations in the Hudson Valley: Rhinebeck, Woodstock, and New Paltz. They have comfortable footwear for men, women, and children, carry brands like Birkenstock, Clarks, UGG, Teva, and more. Handmade and More, New Paltz Don’t forget to stop in their kids’ shoe store, located right next to their outlet in New Paltz. blown glass, jewelry, pottery, woven and woodPoughkeepsie Plaza is a sizeable strip crafted items, stained glass, and plenty more. mall located on Route 9, just one mile south of the Mid-Hudson Bridge. Eat, shop, and You’ll find everything from musical instruments play at any of its 20-plus entities. Large stores and rocking chairs to key rings and bookmarks. include Marshall’s, Modell’s Sporting Water Street Market is a charming, outdoor Goods, JoAnn Fabric and Crafts, Famous mall reminiscent of a European shopping village. Footwear, Mattress Firm, and Harmon Located adjacent to the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, Discount Health and Beauty. For more it’s the cherry on top of New Paltz’s rich, artisanal independent flair, visit Tea Talk, The Pastry culture. Enjoy shopping at Rhino Records, Garden, Elite Hair Supply, or Artcraft Antiques Barn, Paws of Distinction, Eden Photoworks. Boutique, and Magyln’s Dream or grabbing a Hundreds of local artisans have their crafts for bite to eat at Jar’d Wine Pub, Mudd Puddle sale at The Crafts People in West Hurley. Walk Cafe, The Cheese Plate, and more. through the space of glass cases packed with 18

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Candles

Soap

Longstanding Artisans

SUGAR LOAF ART & CRAFT&VILLAGE Shops, Living Working

Antiques

Fo o d & B eve rag e s

Wo o d c a r v i n g

H o m e & G a rd e n

Stained Glass

Sugar Loaf is an authentic arts & crafts village that is open year round for a personalized shopping experience. • 1371 KINGS HIGHWAY, CHESTER

Year Round

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Fall Festival

Columbus Day Weekend

Spring Festival

J ewe l r y

Memorial Day Weekend

Wa te rc o l o rs

Fi n e A r t

Offering the best blues music on cd/dvd in the Hudson Valley. Also selling fine hats for men & women and other unique gift items. Open Wed-Sat 11:30am-5:30pm, Sun 11:30am3pm. • 320 WALL STREET, KINGSTON (845) 339-3174 bluebyrds.com

Po tte r y

HELSINKI HUDSON A Hudson hot spot, boasting an open ballroom with bar on the second floor and access to the main dining room, large outdoor courtyard, and nightclub. • 405 COLUMBIA STREET HUDSON (518) 828-4800 helsinkihudson.com

APPLE BIN FARM MARKET Open 6 days a week (closed Tuesdays). Homegrown seasonal fruit & veggies, deli, fresh breakfast sandwiches, coffee, cider donuts, pies, & gluten free items. Full retail store. • 810 BROADWAY, ULSTER PARK (845) 339-7229 theapplebinfarmmarket.com 20

Clothes & Accessories

“WE’RE WORTH THE TRIP!”

sugarloafnewyork@gmail.com sugarloafnewyork.com

BLUE-BYRDS HABERDASHERY & MUSIC

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LITTLE PICKLES CHILDREN’S GENERAL STORE A children’s paradise with unique toys, delicious candies, designer shoes, essential gear, and seasonal accessories. We also have an indoor tree house and play area for endless adventures. • 7505 N. BROADWAY, RED HOOK (845) 835-8086 ourlittlepickles.com

BLACKBIRD ATTIC A curated consignment boutique specializing in selecting the best on-trend modern, vintage & designer pieces for men and women, as well as offering handmade goods, handpicked antiques, and restored furniture. • 442 MAIN STREET, BEACON (845) 418-4840 blackbirdattic.com


A local destination in New Paltz for Handcrafts, Jewelry, and Clothing for over 40 years.

6 North Front Street, New Paltz 845-255-6277 handmadeandmore.com Open 7 Days

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ART

THE A RT OF THE M ATTER By Andrew Solender

While food and attractions give an area the opportunity to put its best foot forward, only art bears a region’s soul and gives visitors a chance to imbibe the unfiltered spirit of local culture. Experience world-class art at Dia:Beacon, a transformative museum in more ways than one, which breathes new life and culture into its surrounding community. Located in its eponymous town, this gallery, opened in 2003 and located in a former Nabisco box printing factory, is as much a critical look at American industrial decay and revival as a place of art. One of the largest museums of the State University of New York system, the Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz features more than 9,000 square feet of exhibition space. This summer, from June 16 through November 11, the Dorsky’s annual exhibition of Hudson Valley artists, “Time Travelers,” curated by Anastasia James. The household of famed Hudson River School painter Frederic Edwin Church, Olana State 22

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Historic Site features a wide array of worldly exhibitions of cultures from South America to the Middle East. The villa, a fusion of Victorian, Moorish, and Persian architecture, is a work of art in itself. Lumberyard Contemporary Performing Arts kicks off its inaugural season this summer with performances by Urban Bush Women, Streb, and Savion Glover, among others. Lumberyard’s Catskill campus will serve as an incubator for artists where performers spend a week in residence, culminating in a final performance. With arts ranging from music to film to food and so much more, Creatives MX has something for every patron. Perhaps fashion is your thing or you’ve had a life-long love for gaming. Wherever your interests may lie, this group of artists, entertainers and innovators is guaranteed to satisfy you. Storm King Art Center is a massive sculpture garden in Cornwall that is not for the faint of heart. The colossal creations that inhabit this sprawling space at the cusp of Storm King Mountain will put the world in perspective and transport you to a world of wonderment and awe at their sheer majesty.

Photo by Jerry L. Thompson. Courtesy of the artist.

Mark di Suvero, Jambalaya, Storm King Art Center


Calling all adult Creatives 23+

ART MUSIC DANCE WRITING ARCHITECTURE

EDUCATION PUBLIC PROGRAMS 120-ACRES OF CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE www.artomi.org

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maverick concerts

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Come See What’s New SAMUEL DORSKY MUSEUM OF ART STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT NEW PALTZ

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Music in the Woods Weekends June 30th – September 2nd Classical § Jazz § Children’s Music www.maverickconcerts.org 120 Maverick Rd Woodstock NY 12498

Beacon Mary Corse Chelsea Dorothea Rockburne Sites Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries 3 Beekman Street Beacon New York www.diaart.org 24

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THEATER & ARTS

Plan Your Trip to Putnam County Today!

HIKING BIKING

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HISTORY

W H AT CA ME BEFOR E By Andrew Solender

You haven’t truly explored the Hudson Valley until you’ve explored its rich history, which is intertwined with that of America itself. Explore beautiful and vast properties that offer a glimpse into the Hudson Valley’s formative years. The Gomez Mill House may look modest, but it has a story as old as America. Its origins date back to 1714, when Luis Gomez, a Spanish Jew fleeing from the Spanish inquisition, purchased the land and built the house as a place to conduct trade. Its later ownership included a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War and a famous craftsman and historian. Historic Huguenot Street originated as a place for 17th-century American Huguenots to worship freely, and gradually evolved into a 10-acre home for diverse cultures, identities and architectural societies. Now a national historic landmark, Historic Huguenot Street features a replica Munsee wigwam, archeological sites and program spaces. Something of an architectural masterpiece overlooking the Hudson River, Locust Grove is a 200-acre estate featuring an Italianate villa designed for inventor Samuel Morse. It also features gorgeous garden landscapes and vistas dotted with cherry blossom trees.

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Speaking of architectural masterpieces, you can’t find much better than West Point, a prestigious military academy on the banks of the Hudson with awesomely scaled, fortresslike architecture in an immaculate woodland setting. The Van Wyck Homestead claims Revolutionary War fame, having served as an officer’s quarters for the Fishkill Supply Depot, a key strategic center for the patriots. It was established and frequently visited by George Washington. Located in Hyde Park, not far from the FDR Presidential Library and Museum, Val-Kill was home to First Lady and human rights activist Eleanor Roosevelt. Val-Kill is a 181-acre property with several cottages set up by Roosevelt as a relaxing retreat that offered Roosevelt independence and comfort in an otherwise hectic life. Washington’s Headquarters at Newburgh is where many important decisions about the formation of the United States were made by the first Commander-in-Chief. It was there that Washington cast off the monarchy and set several precedents that still live on in American governance today.


An unforgettable place in the heart of the Hudson Valley! Tour the mansion and art collection, hike on 180 acres of landscaped gardens, or enjoy special events and programs year-round. Also available for unique parties with up to 150 guests. 2683 South Rd (Rte 9), Poughkeepsie, NY 845-454-4500 www.lgny.org

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Mohonk Preserve, New Paltz

By Briana Bonfiglio

What’s a spring or summer trip to the Hudson Valley without exploring nature? Here are some hiking trails and outdoor recreational centers that will keep you connected with the natural world. The Ashokan Center is the oldest outdoor environmental education center in New York. With stunning scenery in its prime location between the Catskill Mountains and Ashokan Reservoir, it’s worth the visit. The organization hosts local groups and offers the space for events. It also holds conferences, nature retreats, and family-friendly gatherings. This season, jam out at Summer Hoot, a three-day music festival being held the last weekend of August. You can’t miss Scenic Hudson’s 42 parks— they’re spread throughout the region, from New Baltimore in Greene County all the way down to Yonkers. Each of Scenic Hudson’s parks offer something different recreationally. Go hiking, mountain biking, skiing, fishing, kayaking, or hunting in select locations. Or, if none of that appeals to you, simply stroll through, bring a picnic basket, and enjoy the scenery. Even if you’re not staying in the luxurious Mohonk Mountain House, Mohonk Preserve is open to all for a $15 hiking fee or $20 biking, climbing, and horseback riding fee. Membership passes are also available. There are several hiking trails, from an easy, quarter-mile stretch 30

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to a strenuous, seven-and-a-half-mile trip. The Preserve will hold Rock the Ridge, a 50-mile endurance challenge, on May 19. For even more hiking, visit Dover Stone Church in Dover Plains. The site’s main attraction is an ancient tavern that sits on the Stone Church Brooks—basically, a really cool cave with a waterfall. It’s an easy trek that takes only about an hour to complete. Here’s another peaceful journey. Travel from one side of the Hudson River to the other by foot on Walkway Over the Hudson. The 1.28-mile footbridge connects the Town of Lloyd in Ulster County to the City of Poughkeepsie in Dutchess County. On any given spring or summer day, you’ll find people strolling, biking riding, and walking their dogs across the path. Plus, the river never looked so good than when you’re standing over 200 feet above it. Fahnestock State Park in Carmel offers campsites and trailer sites so you can stay and enjoy all the park has to offer. From hiking and nature trails to boat rentals and a swimming beach, your outdoorsy side will have a blast here.


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PURE MOUNTAIN YOGA Providing year-round yoga & meditation for all levels. We have all the necessary equipment for your practice. Come join us! • 6045 MAIN STREET, TANNERSVILLE (518) 589-4001 puremountainyoga.com

HUDSON RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM ACCORD SPEEDWAY The Ulster County bullring stock car racing. April—September. Exciting racing, great food, and family fun. • 299 WHITFIELD ROAD, ACCORD (845) 626-1142 accordspeedway.com

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Historical exhibits, lighthouse tours, group tours, field trips, visiting vessels, public festivals, lectures, museum store, docking, sailing school, woodworking and boatbuilding classes. 2018 exhibit: “The Hudson River and Its Canals: Building the Empire State.” 50 RONDOUT LANDING KINGSTON (845) 338-0071 hrmm.org

FRANCES LEHMAN LOEB ART CENTER With Egyptian artifacts, Hudson River landscapes, and works by Picasso, O’Keeffe, and more, great art is closer than you think! Free Admission • 124 RAYMOND AVE POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 437-5632 fllac.vassar.edu


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Great Freedom Adventures

Try something new this season. Whether you horseback ride or whitewater tube through the warmer months, here are some fun-loving places you’ll want to check out. Get moving with Great Freedom Adventures’ bike and walking tours. Their Hudson Valley bike tour will give you a taste of everything the region has to offer. During the six-day cycling retreat, you’ll stop at great restaurants, farms, wineries, and historic sites. This season, the Hudson Valley, NY Bike Tour runs from July 15-20. Great Freedom Adventures also offer tours throughout the Northeast, including one that stops in Woodstock and Vermont. Juckas Stables in Pine Bush offers horse riding lessons, by-the-hour horse rentals, and overnight camping on their 117-acre site. Whether you’re a pro or just a beginner, the folks at Juckas Stables will accommodate you. Starting this summer, they’ll have a Summer Day Camp for children ages 7-14. Kids will learn to feed, groom, and ride the horses during a one-week session. There are four sessions available during the month of July. 34

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Have a thrill with NY Zipline, located at Hunter Mountain Ski Bowl. Here you’ll find three family-friendly zipline escapades: the SkyRider, Mid Mountain Canopy Tour, and the Adventure Tower. The industry experts at Canopy Tours are the designers and builders of the adventure vehicle, and they’re deeply dedicated to safety—so hop on and enjoy the ride. Windham Mountain Ski Resort is open all year round, so don’t put away your snow gear just yet! The resort offers snowsport lessons and programs for both youth and adults, including the Open Learning Environment Program for First Time Skiers and Riders. They also have rentals, a mountain sports shop, lodging, dining, and a spa. Group rates and rates for private events, including weddings, are also available. Grab a tube or kayak from Town Tinker Tube Rentals and ride the Esopus Creek. The rental company headquarters is located in Phoenicia, and the whitewater trail starts right upstream. Town Tinker Taxis will transport riders to the entry points, and the ride typically takes between one and two hours.


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ENTERTAINMENT

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from Daryl’s House.” Upcoming acts in spring 2018: Quinn Sullivan, Brand X, Yardbirds, Graham Parker, and Badfinger. Upstairs, The Falcon in Marlboro is a 3,500-square-foot music space and art gallery. Downstairs, it becomes The Falcon Underground, sporting a New York taproom, beer garden, and a rock ’n’ roll museum: The Avalon Archives Museum of Roots, Rock & Roll. The happening lower level hosts weekly songwriter, roots and blues, jazz, and spoken word/hip-hop sessions. Upcoming acts on the main level: Chris O’Leary Band, Jerome Jennings Group, and Mokoomba. Maverick Concerts hosts the longest

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running, summer-long chamber music festival in the country—102 years and counting. From June through September, visit Maverick Concert Hall in Woodstock to enjoy jazz and classical chamber performances. There is both indoor and outdoor seating in the spectacular, wooded, open-spaced facility. Long, wooden benches and the surrounding nature make for a communal concert-going experience and a glimpse of musical history. Shakespeare in a tent? That’s right: Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival (HVSF) brings their tragic theatrics to Garrison every summer. This year, the festival runs from June 7 to September 3. Performances of “Rip Van Winkle,” “The Sea-Maid’s Music,” “The Heart of Robin Hood,” “The Taming of the Shrew,” and “Richard II” will all take Maverick Concerts, West Hurley place at the HVSF tent at Boscobel House and Gardens. On select dates in July and August, “Hamlet” and “The Sea-Maid’s Once you finish exploring, end your Music” will travel to other locations across the day by sitting back and letting someone Hudson Valley, including Hudson River Museum, else take you on a journey. From rock Turnure Park, and Ridgefield Playhouse. Finally, exciting summer evenings cheering on concerts to Shakespeare, here’s what racing cars are on the horizon. Attend dirt track to expect from Hudson Valley nightlife. races at Accord Speedway every Friday at 7:30pm this season. The venue will also host Daryl’s House is an intimate bar, restaurant, and special events, including Salute to the Veterans live music venue in Pawling. It’s largely the vision Night on May 25, Fireworks Extravaganza on June and creation of legendary musician Daryl Hall, of 29, and Battle of the Bullring on July 3. Hall & Oates, and his television series “Live

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Samuel’s Sweet Shop, Rhinebeck

There’s plenty of little wonders in Rhinebeck and its neighboring towns. From a celebrity sweet shop to a grand wedding venue, here are six hot spots to drop by on your visit. The Local has been closed for renovation for a few months now, but they’ll soon “launch an exciting new concept,” as per their website and social media. There will be a grand reopening this spring, so keep an eye out for it. The American bar and restaurant has long been locals’ and visitors’ “go-to” for its award-winning drink selection. Last year, the bar won Best of the 38

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Hudson Valley for its cocktails. Head down to the mid-Hudson Valley’s largest independent book and music store, Oblong Books and Music. They have a large and varied selection of books for a bargain, plus a children’s book and toy section. The shop hosts frequent book-signing events with local authors in-house, so look out for those. Check out Samuel’s Sweet Shop for its tasty treats and claim to fame. Hollywood actors Paul Rudd and Jeffrey Morgan own this candy store. Once, the shop put the celebrities’ faces on Rice Crispy Treats—they’re fun like that. Stop by their location on East Market Street’s prime shopping promenade, to experience their delectable candy,


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coffee, chocolate, baked goods, and sandwiches. Hammertown is your one-stop shop for furnishing and decorating your house. It sells furniture, lighting fixtures, rugs, bedding, towels, kitchen and tableware, and a whole lot more. The brand has expanded into a “lifestyle store,” selling products like toys, books, fashion accessories, and other things you’d find around the home. Yum Yum Noodle Bar’s hip atmosphere and delicious noodle selection is great for the whole family. The noodle bowls give you a choice of noodle, broth, and protein, so the possibilities are endless. They also serve Japanese plates, small plates, a kids’ menu, and, vegetarian menu at their Red Hook location. Murray’s restaurant in Tivoli is a two-floor café and event space. Downstairs, enjoy comforting brunch options like coffee, breakfast biscuits, savory oat bowl, chicken pot pie, or “the burger classic” in a sleek, modern café. Upstairs, plan your private event in The Sanctuary, Murray’s church-turnedreception hall. Built in 1892 and restored in 2015, its stained-glass windows are the perfect backdrop for wedding ceremonies.


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With the backdrop of the Catskill Mountains, Sullivan County is an exciting, scenic area, rich with history, art, and plenty of fun attractions. Gamble in luxury at the recently opened, $1 billion Resorts World Catskills in Thompson. Its 100,000-square-foot casino offers over 150 table games, 2,150 slot machines, a poker room, and private gaming salons. Stay in the 18-story hotel, get Resorts World Catskills, Thompson pampered at the spa, and enjoy live entertainment every weekend. Plus, have a drink and a swim at the indoor Miami Beach-inspired Butterfly Beach Pool-Bar. preserves the long and storied tradition of fly Hurleyville Arts Centre screens films, fishing in Roscoe. The museum presents historic exhibits art, hosts performances, and offers a artifacts to the public, while the center itself variety of different workshops and classes. It’s educates about the age-old sport of fly fishing. home to Gallery 222, which presents art exhibits, Get your drink on: Catskill Distilling Company and The Yoga & Movement Space, which offers offers tours of the distillery and tastings of their several yoga classes per week. The Catskill Fly Fishing Center Museum spirits all season long at their tasting room in Bethel.

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Buy your locally grown eats at Callicoon Farmers’ Market. Every Sunday from 11am to 2pm, a wide range of vendors sell their fresh products. You’ll find produce, herbs, prepared foods, dairy products, craft alcoholic beverages, tea, honey, plants, skincare products, crafts, and more. To stumble upon even more that Sullivan County has to offer, take a scenic drive on Route 97. It passes through towns like Callicoon, Narrowsburg, and Long Eddy. You’ll find side roads to explore, trails to hike, and shops, restaurants, and art galleries along the way. The 70-mile, two-lane road winds along the Delaware River, making for some beautiful views. Photo by Emil J. Miller

Transport back to the ’60s at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. The museum and performance venue is located on the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival. View their permanent collection of 1960s memorabilia, visit the special exhibit, and walk the grounds of the historic music festival. This season’s special exhibit is the psychedelic “Peter Max: Early Paintings.” This summer’s concerts include acts from Jason Aldean to Poison. Escape to The DeBruce in Livingston Manor for a quiet hotel stay among the mountains. While you’re there, hike the private nearly 600 acres crisscrossing with trails. Your visit will include meals, so you can remain on the property for your stay.

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Get ready for music festival season. Some of the Hudson Valley’s biggest, most anticipated events happen in the spring and summer, and they’re almost never without song. HELLO AGAIN, DOLLY! Fifty years ago, Hello, Dolly!, starring Barbara Streisand, was filmed in the Hudson Valley. The upcoming Hello Again Dolly! festival will celebrate the film’s shooting locations in Garrison, Poughkeepsie, Cold Spring, and West Point. Starting in May, these communities will host events to commemorate the special anniversary, including a Hello Dolly! costume and memorabilia exhibition at Putnam History Museum. Helloagaindolly.com

NEWBURGH ILLUMINATED Newburgh Illuminated returns for its sixth year on Saturday, June 2. The lively, cultural gathering happens on Broadway and Liberty Street in Newburgh, bringing the city together to “illuminate” its rich culture and history. There will be an art tent, food, vendors, music and dance performances, and kid-friendly activities. Newburghilluminatedfestival.com

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OLD SONGS FOLK FESTIVAL The three-day Old Songs Folk Festival has brought a celebration of traditional music and dance to the Hudson Valley for 38 years. This year, the festival runs from June 22 to 24 at Altamont Fairgrounds. The weekend is jam-packed with concerts, workshops, and other exciting events for the whole family. Festival.oldsongs.org

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Powerhouse Theater has a summer of hardhitting plays lined up—from a performance of Hamlet to a production of playwright and television actor Josh Radnor’s newest creation, Sacred Valley. The program is a collaboration between Vassar College and New York Stage and Film. It runs from June 23 through July 30 in Poughkeepsie. Powerhouse.vassar.edu

THE PHOENICIA INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE VOICE The Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice showcases world-class talent in the vocals arts throughout the first week of August in the shadow of the Catskills. This year’s performances include jazz musician Damien Sneed singing gospel classics and a young artists’ presentation of G Rossini’s La cambiale di matrimonio (The Bill of Marriage). Phoeniciavoicefest.org

FALCON RIDGE FOLK FESTIVAL The 30th annual Falcon Ridge Folk Festival will feature musicians, craft vendors, food, and lodging for a three-day, musical extravaganza. Jam out at one of the five stages that will host performers or take your children to the “Activities 4 Kids” area. It all goes down at Dodds Farm in Hillsdale from August 3 through 5. Falconridgefolk.com

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TOWN TINKER TUBE RENTAL P.O. BOX 404/10 BRIDGE STREET, PHOENICIA (845) 688-5553 TOWNTINKER.COM Experience the thrill of whitewater inner tubing down Esopus Creek. Memorial Day—Sept. 30. (After Labor Day by reservation). 9am–4pm.


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The Hudson Valley Starts Here. Rockland County is your gateway to the wonders of the Hudson Valley. Magnificent views, soulful hikes, charming hospitality, award-winning cuisine, unique entertainment, and rich history-Rockland County offers the best of the Hudson Valley while celebrating the vibrance and diversity of New York State .

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THE COOP ARTS & ANTIQUES Here it’s all about the thrill of the hunt, a passion for things lost and found, vintage furnishings, unusual accessories, one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, greeting cards, soaps and oils, antiquarian maps and prints, and much, much more. • 107 S. DIVISION STREET PEEKSKILL (914) 737-2194 thecooppeekskill.com

ANTIQUES ANTIQUE CENTER AT RHINEBECK ANTIQUE EMPORIUM 5229 ALBANY POST ROAD, RHINEBECK (845) 876-8168 RHINEBECKANTIQUEEMPORIUM.COM 10,000 sq. ft. 40 + dealer antique mall & auction gallery nestled between Rhinebeck and Hyde Park. Where collectors find the unique and the beautiful.

GEORGE COLE AUCTIONEERS 7578 N. BROADWAY, RED HOOK (845) 758-9114 GEORGECOLEAUCTIONS.COM

ARTS BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS 200 HURD ROAD, BETHEL (866) 781-2922 BETHELWOODSCENTER.ORG A museum and cultural destination at the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, with performances, festivals, and educational programming for all ages.

DIA: BEACON 3 BEEKMAN STREET, BEACON (845) 440-0100 DIAART.ORG

DORSKY MUSEUM SUNY NEW PALTZ, NEW PALTZ (845) 257-3844 NEWPALTZ.EDU/MUSEUM A center for the arts and culture of the Hudson Valley, The Dorsky presents a national and international art throughout six galleries. 50

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THE EQUIS ART GALLERY The only gallery of its kind. Offering sophisticated, contemporary equine artwork and more, by a stable of internationally renowned artists. 15 WEST MARKET STREET, RED HOOK (845) 758-9432 equisart.com

OMI INTERNATIONAL ARTS CENTER

1405 COUNTY ROUTE 20, GHENT (518) 392-4747 OMIARTSCENTER.ORG A world-class arts center with international artist residencies, public events, education programs and a 120+ acre sculpture and architecture park. Free and open to the public.

CRAFT BEVERAGES ANGRY ORCHARD

2241 ALBANY POST ROAD (845) 713-5180 ANGRYORCHARD.COM Visit Angry Orchard Hard Cider in Walden for tours, tree house, live music, cider samples, and drafts!

STOUTRIDGE DISTILLERY

10 ANN KALEY LANE, MARLBORO (845) 236-7620 STOUTRIDGE.COM

EVENTS COUNTRY LIVING FAIR DUTCHESS COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, ROUTE 9, RHINEBECK (866) 500-FAIR STELLASHOWS.COM

HELLO, AGAIN DOLLY! FESTIVAL

GARRISON & COLD SPRING (845) 265-4010 HELLOAGAINDOLLY.COM Putnam County’s 6 month community festival celebrating the filming of the famed “Hello, Dolly!” here in the Hudson Highlands!

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OLD SONGS FOLK FESTIVAL OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC & DANCE – JUNE 22, 23 & 24, 2018

EXPOSURES GALLERY

Photographer Nick Zungoli creates beautiful art for homes, offices and healthcare spaces. Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 11am-5pm. • 1357 KINGS HIGHWAY, SUGAR LOAF (845) 469-9382 exposures.com

FARMS

Discover the music of the people! Old Songs celebrates Folk, Celtic, and Roots music; from Ireland, Quebec, the Caribbean, New England, and more. • ALTAMONT FAIRGROUNDS, ALTAMONT (518) 765-2815 festival.oldsongs.org

RISTORANTE CATERINA DE’MEDICI

SHALIMAR ALPACAS

164 EAST RIDGE ROAD, WARWICK (845) 258-0851 SHALIMARALPACAS.COM “Finesse up to your skin” is not just our tag line. We breed ultra-fine alpacas to process their wool that compairs with cashmere, but warmer. Visit our farm!

THE SHOPS AT JONES FARM

190 ANGOLA ROAD, CORNWALL (845) 534-4445 JONESFARMINC.COM “Baked & Grown, Just Like Home!” Homegrown seasonal produce, bakery, café, observation beehive, gift shop, art gallery, and frame shop.

FOOD & DRINK AMERICAN BOUNTY RESTAURANT

CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 451-1011 AMERICANBOUNTYRESTAURANT.COM

CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 451-1013 RISTORANTECATERINADEMEDICI.COM

HISTORIC SITES LOCUST GROVE ESTATE

2683 SOUTH RD, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 454-4500 LGNY.ORG 200-acre estate overlooking the Hudson River; 40-room Italianate mansion open for guided tours, gardens, hiking trails, art galleries.

STAATSBURGH STATE HISTORIC SITE

75 MILLS MANSION DRIVE, RD #1 (845) 889-8851 FACEBOOK.COM/STAATSBURGHSHS Staatsburgh, the Gilded Age country estate of Ruth & Ogden Mills, along the Hudson River, offers mansion tours and opulent interiors.

LEARNING VASSAR COLLEGE

APPLE PIE BAKERY CAFÉ

CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 905-4500 APPLEPIEBAKERYCAFE.COM

THE BOCUSE RESTAURANT

124 RAYMOND AVENUE, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 437-7000 VASSAR.EDU

NIGHTLIFE

CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, 1946 CAMPUS DRIVE, HYDE PARK (845) 451-1012 BOCUSERESTAURANT.COM

DARYL’S HOUSE

HAWTHORNE VALLEY FARM STORE

HELSINKI HUDSON

327 ROUTE 21C, GHENT (518) 672-7500 EXT. 2 HVFSTORE.ORG Organic natural foods and grocery store with deli bar serving hot and cold prepared foods daily. Dine in or out.

130 ROUTE 22, PAWLING (845) 289-0185 DARYLSHOUSECLUB.COM 405 COLUMBIA STREET, HUDSON (518) 828-4800 HELSINKIHUDSON.COM A Hudson hot spot boasting a live music venue, restaurant, and courtyard garden serving elevated soul food. Ballroom available for private affairs. SPRING / SUMMER 2018

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VAN WYCK HOMESTEAD MUSEUM Headquarters of George Washington’s Fishkill Supply Depot during the American Revolution. Open Sat & Sun, 1-4 PM June-October; grounds open daily. • 504 ROUTE 9 AT I-84 EXIT 13, P.O. BOX 133, FISHKILL (845) 896-9560 fishkillhistoricalsociety.org

SHOPPING

THE FALCON Live world class music, dining, libations, vibrations. The Falcon Underground New York Taproom & Beer Garden. The Avalon Archives Museum of Rock & Roll. Perched over the magnificent Marlboro Falls. • 1348 ROUTE 9W, MARLBORO (845) 236-7970 liveatthefalcon.com

ROCKLAND COUNTY TOURISM

ADAMS FAIRACRE FARMS

50 SANATORIUM ROAD, ROBERT YEAGER HEALTH CENTER, BLDG A, 8TH FLOOR, POMONA (845) 364-2170 EXPLOREROCKLANDNY.COM With its close proximity to New York City, Rockland County is known for its quaint villages, spectacular Hudson River views and outdoor recreation.

HUMMINGBIRD JEWELERS

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POUGHKEEPSIE, KINGSTON, NEWBURGH, WAPPINGER (845) 454-4330 ADAMSFARMS.COM Located in Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Newburgh, and Wappinger, Adams features the finest and freshest foods–plus plants, gardening supplies, and more. 23 A EAST MARKET STREET, RHINEBECK (845) 876-4585 HUMMINGBIRDJEWELERS.COM The premier showcase for fine designer jewelry from around the world. On-premises workshop offering custom design, repairs, restoration and repurposing.

POUGHKEEPSIE PLAZA

2600 SOUTH ROAD, POUGHKEEPSIE (845) 471-4265 Local shopping on Route 9. Easy access, one level, owner operated. Marshalls, JoAnn Fabrics & Crafts, Famous Footwear, Modell’s, TGIF, and specialty shops. Store hours vary.

THE SHOPS AT JONES FARM

190 ANGOLA ROAD, CORNWALL (845) 534-4445 JONESFARMINC.COM “Baked & Grown, Just Like Home!” Homegrown seasonal produce, bakery, café, observation beehive, gift shop, art gallery, and frame shop.

TOURISM PUTNAM COUNTY TOURISM

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WEST POINT TOURS P.O. BOX 268, HIGHLAND FALLS (845) 446-4724 WESTPOINTTOURS.COM Take an exciting guided tour of the United States Military Academy at West Point. Tours leave daily from the Visitors Center.

HUDSON RIVER EXPEDITIONS 14 MARKET STREET, COLD SPRING (845) 809-5935 HUDSONRIVEREXPEDITIONS.COM HRE provides individual, family, and corporate adventures by kayak, canoe, or SUP. Escape through tours, rental, sales, or instruction.

TRINITY CRUISES RIVERFRONT GREEN PARK 30 HUDSON AVENUE, PEEKSKILL (914) 589-7773 TRINITYCRUISES.COM

TRANSPORTATION NEW YORK STEWART INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT NEW WINDSOR (845) 838-8200 SWFNY.COM


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SUNY NEW PALTZ LOCALLY GROWN...

NATIONALLY RANKED Your Public University WELCOME TO OUR CAMPUS… visit the SAMUEL DORSKY MUSEUM OF ART , attend a PLANETARIUM SHOW, see a THEATRE production or check our WEBSITE for more events.

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